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over the other side. >> reporter: the crash will be closed during the investigation. amtrak is still running and they will carry passengers during the commute. >>> well, the famous hollywood sign in los angeles is getting a face-lift. the first time in almost 35 years. our reporter lauren savan is live near the landmark right now. that famous sign, what are they -- what are they doing to it? >> well, you know, it's one of the most iconic signs in the world. and they say it's been 35 years since it has had it's last refurbishing. well, they starting today, they are going to do an ex-- they are going to do an extensive cleaning. they are going to strip it, power wash it, prime it and repaint it. unlike most hollywood stars that get face-lifts. they are gonna do the front and the back. this will take eight to ten weeks. it will go through about 275 gallons of paint. 110 gallons of primer. when it is done, it will become fresh and new for generations to come. this sign has come around since 1923. that's when it was put up by -- but back in 1949, they took off the land part, it became the
been found to contain arsenic, and even rat poison. >>> a new report finds amtrak employees are failing drug and alcohol tests at a much higher rate than the rest of the rail industry. the audit from amtrak's office of inspector general found amtrak employees are failing the test at a 51% higher rate than the industry average. the majority of employees who fail drug tests tested positive for marijuana and cocaine. >>> governor brown is green lighting forms to red light cameras. he signed a new law that sets uniform standards for red light cameras. they must be installed at locations to ensure safety, not for cities to raise revenues. warning signs must be posted within 200 feet of a camera and it will be easier for drivers to challenge tickets. palo alto state senator joe siminian authored the legislation. >>> for the second year the governor is vitoing a bill that would raise the fine for illegal use of cell phones. it would increase the base fine from $20 to $30. governor brown says he believes the current fines and penalties which can get as high as 33 sixes are already a powerful de
that intersection say that's not enough. a pedestrian bridge is set to open at 11:00 when an amtrak train killed a boy in 2005. he was with a babb sitter's friend who was trying to take three young children across the train tracks. the new trains will cross over monterey road and the train tracks. the little boy's mother will speak at the ribbon-cutting ceremony today. >>> a teacher at the school in albany accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student will be in court today. he taught 6th grade and basketball, he's being held on $100,000 bail. >>> well, the continentals of the boys an girls club in vallejo have lost most of their electronic equipment. police say thieves broke in and stole several computers and other items. it happened between:00 p.m. and then 7:30. investigators sea they got in -- investigators say they got in through a classroom window. >>> we continue now with coverage of a san francisco occupy camp can just raided bily. officers are keying guard outside of the federal reserve building on market street. claudine wong is live there now that's happened between o
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